Not Your Typical Sunset

Just to mix things up, I’ve been shooting in low-light situations at the end of the day trying to capture more of a mood than subject matter. These are not your typical sunsets. They’re broody and dark and more thoughtful. To me they evoke a lot of the emotions I get when I look at a Mark Rothko painting.

I’ve been enjoying the results so much, I think it might warrant a show at the end of the year.  What do you think?

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Fine Art / Photojournalism

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11 thoughts on “Not Your Typical Sunset

  1. Oops, sorry for the previous comment, I’m French and I answered in French of course …

    Beautiful sunsets, a little fuzzy, the exposure time should be long enough given the darkness there appeared to be.
    Nice work.

  2. Merci Beucoup. No problem, I like to be multi-lingual here. 🙂
    Well, I hope they are more than just a “little fuzzy”. This series is inspired by abstract expressionists like Mark Rothko and Howard Hodgkins. It’s more about the emotive qualities than form or subject. So I deliberately unfocussed and used neutral density filters to capture a longer period of time.
    Thanks for checking out my work!

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